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Bear & Banjo Technologies

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Use technology for young siblings of different ages (2 yo brother & 4 yo sister) to show & teach each other what they have learn't.

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Problem: children less than 5, normally have a younger sibling in the household, and only 1 parent looking after them. The 1 parent at home is normally very busy running the household, with little to no time for children's activities.

Solution: Using the parent for oversight only; the technology is used so that 1 child learns a new skill/ability and then has to show the other sibling how it works. Each sibling has their own device, and as one child learns something new, has to teach the other one.

Positive change: The home is where the basic education starts for young children, this technology allows children to remain at home whilst learning.

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What is the problem you are solving?

Specific problem being solved: children spend a lot of time in front of a television not learning activities that would prepare them for school.

My idea is to use my technology that engages 2 or more young children together in order for them to learn important skills and knowledge. It is interactive learning, with the technology and each other, because young children love to show what they have learnt.  

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Who are you serving?

Time poor parents (poor and rich) who want to start young children on the pathway to education. Most parents want their children to follow a pathway different from their own, to seek opportunities that they may missed out because of education and/or "vision" to chase those opportunities. 

My technology will help address the early learning missed opportunities and hep show them the "vision" of things they can possibly do later in life. 

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What is your solution?

Solution: uses a setup similar to the old "Battleship" board game; but instead of a peg style board games, it uses an electronic screen on each vertical side for the two children. 

It uses a touch screen on the horizontal section for the two children, which is reconfigurable depending upon the lesson to be taught. 

As a lesson / vision is completed, it can be sent to the other child, where it can be explained to them what they did. A series of software applications can selected by the parent to cater different lessons for each child.

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Select only the most relevant.

  • Enable parents and caregivers to support their children’s overall development
  • Prepare children for primary school through exploration and early literacy skills
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Where is your solution team headquartered?

Los Angeles, CA, USA
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Our solution's stage of development:

Prototype

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More about your solution

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New application of an existing technology

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Describe what makes your solution innovative.

Acknowledges that young children have lots of time, but not the means to learn; especially with busy parents.

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Describe the core technology that your solution utilizes.

Exiting software applications & high quality screens.

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  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Behavioral Design
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Why do you expect your solution to address the problem?

My solution has been pilot tested on my own children, and was very successful.

(2 yo boy and a 4 yo boy)

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Select the key characteristics of the population your solution serves.

  • Children and Adolescents
  • Infants
  • Rural Residents
  • Urban Residents
  • Middle-Income
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In which countries do you currently operate?

  • United States
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In which countries will you be operating within the next year?

  • Australia
  • United States
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How many people are you currently serving with your solution? How many will you be serving in one year? How about in five years?

Current: 10

Next year: 20

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What are your goals within the next year and within the next five years?

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What are the barriers that currently exist for you to accomplish your goals for the next year and for the next five years?

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How are you planning to overcome these barriers?

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About your team

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For-Profit

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If you selected other for the organization question, please explain here.

TBA

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How many people work on your solution team?

10

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For how many years have you been working on your solution?

2

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Why are you and your team best-placed to deliver this solution?

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With what organizations are you currently partnering, if any? How are you working with them?

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Your business model & funding

What is your business model?

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What is your path to financial sustainability?

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Partnership potential

Why are you applying to Solve?

TBA

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What types of connections and partnerships would be most catalytic for your solution?

  • Technology
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With what organizations would you like to partner, and how would you like to partner with them?

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If you would like to apply for the AI Innovations Prize, describe how you and your team will utilize the prize to advance your solution. If you are not already using AI in your solution, explain why it is necessary for your solution to be successful and how you plan to incorporate it.

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If you would like to apply for the Innovation for Women Prize, describe how you and your team will utilize the prize to advance your solution.

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If you would like to apply for the Innospark Ventures Prize, describe how you and your team will utilize the prize to advance your solution. If your solution utilizes data, describe how you will ensure that the data is sourced, maintained, and used ethically and responsibly.

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